I earned a Masters of Arts in Linguistics from Gallaudet University. While a graduate student, I worked at the Gallaudet Research Institute (GRI) as a research fellow. Currently, I teach courses in the ASL & Deaf Studies Program and work as the lab supervisor for the Language Lab and the Interpreting Lab.
- Cognitive Linguistics
- CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) in ASL
- Use of multimedia for interpreter training
- Cognitive mathematics and ASL word problems
- Html5 delivery of cognitive linguistic information to L2 learners: Using a Linguistic Information System (LIS) to overlay naturalistic data with instructional content.